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by Kush Arora

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Tell dem fi bring di Brinks truck Cause mi thugs dem want, that ,cash, Gyal yuh ah smile inah mi face, but how long dat aguh last How long dat aguh last, Aright den, Some gyal wi seh dem love yuh but dem yuh love yuh ah tal Mek yuh pocket get small, Dem ah bare miss call, I don’t know why dem play like dem real when dem not, Wi nuh play pon my, Pon my block, Too many people hungry, and dem a die, Pon my block, Either God deh pon yuh side or homicide, Bun out parasite, Bun out badmind, Dem nuh know nothing bout wi, Mi nuh know bout yuh but di wulla my dogs dem loyal, Dem stick to di code like di number yuh dial, So nuh badda get wild So nuh badda get, So know badda get wild, Cause mi dogs vile, Dem ah some wild wild crocodile, No game in it, Street raise we so there’s no Taming it, Style sick ain’t it, Just cooled off for a minute, Now I’m back in it, Ain’t no stopping it, So dem nah stop chopping it, Pon my block, Too many people hungry, and dem a die, Pon my block, Either God deh pon yuh side or homicide, Bun out parasite, Bun out badmind, Dem nuh know nothing bout wi, Pon my block, di gyal dem a bleach wid cream, And di thugs dem ah bleach wid di beam, Some seh dem loyal, But would of never bleed fi di team, Dem don’t dream where we dream, Dem lean, dem lean, nah mean, Some ah di realest dem ah switch fi di green, How we fi live inah peace, When police, Pon my block Worsta dan di thief, dem, Pon my block Yuh nuh seet, Dem nuh want we speak, Dem nuh want we mek we name into a legacy,


Kush Arora’s "Vision" is a clear-eyed, uncompromising realization of riddim culture in the here & now.

Growing up listening to Mafia & Fluxy, Xterminator, Madhouse Records on rotation with now cult-classic Louie Culture cuts and the Indo-Caribean flavours of Apache Indian, Kush Arora has long carried the iconic soundscape of dancehall close to his heart. Songs from these artists, whether they rumble through a soundsystem on a night out, remixed on jungle tapes, or from the artist’s roots, never felt out of place. With every new sound, even those seemingly unconnected to each other, everything began to coalesce. Arora’s palette shows appreciation for these connections - 2006’s Bhang Ragga captured “dancehall bhangra in future dub” - and Visions continues this tradition, featuring nods to the latest fusions of sound emerging from the British capital and beyond.

EP opener Pon My Block is the result of a recurring introspective curiosity that saw Arora craving a blend of dancehall vocals and recent incarnations of drill. It is fierce and fiesta-ready in equal measure, with featured vocalist 45diBoss lending the track an unmistakably Kingston sound for a freshness that crosses continents. On Wine an Go Down, Blackout JA harnesses a classic bashment feel - ruffneck meets rootsy vocals that come together perfectly. Certified crowd-energizer Desert Prince Riddim reflects the sheer danceability of Arora’s productions; a contagious bass-synth weapon cut with echoing percussion. Bronze Riddim, in the artist’s words, channels the madness from the past two years, written at the outset of 2021 and experiments with similar concepts.

An attempt to understand our limitless influences - past, present and future - lies at the core of Vision.


released February 7, 2022

Kush Arora - Production
45DiBoss - Vocals on "Pon My Block"
Blackout JA - Vocals on "Wine an Go down"


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For over 23 years. Dub, dancehall, niche african dance , industrial, and Indo-Caribbean influences merge into Kush's melting pot of madness.
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